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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 35

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Vocation hems QUEBEC (AP) - About 150 Quebec farmers have signed with the provincial agriculture department to house city families for summer vacations. Prices will range to $70 a week for adults and $40 a week for kids under 12. Watch Bird FRANBOROUGH, England (AF) -- A bird is being used here to protect some of the world's most advanced aircraft Lachlan, a falcon, was assigned the duty of keeping other potentially troublesome birds away from the local airfield. NEWS WHILE IT IS NEWS IN THE TIMES FT', CHAFFEE, ^rk. (AP) --call.the biggest peacetime .re- National Guardsmen of Okla-serve manuevcr in history, horha's 45lh · Infantry Brigade' The forces 1 will meet in the will face 800 troops of the regu-wooded hills of this nearly deac- lar' Army's proud 101st Air-tivated western Arkansas Army borne-Airmobile Division this post beginning Monday as the week in what military planners 15th undergoes its annual two- DOUBIE FEATURE PROGRAM NorthwMt Arkanwt TIMES, Sun., July 21, 1974 · W PAYITTIVILLI. ARKAMIA* ' Oklahoma Guard To Meet Arm.yln.Maneu.ver Palmer Buys Paper In New Mexico RATON. N.M. (AP) -- The Raton Dally Range, one of two morning daily newspaper publications in New Mexico, has been sold to David R. Palmer publisher Friday, former owner Gene Wisner announced. J. Kenneth Green, former published of the Alamosa, Colo., Valley Courier ,was named vice president and general manager of El Dorado ,Ark. Palmer became. THE HUT DELIVERS! Compulsory Plan MASERU., Lesotho (AP) -The government has introduced a compulsory savings plan to increase the funds available for national development. An official, announcement said the plan includes a 10 per cent cut in the salaries of cabinet ministers. An additional 10 per cent is to be deducted from the pay of civil servants and government officers earning more than $900 a year. The sum collected is to be credited them in a special tax- free and interest-bearing ac. count which the person con of The Range, which publishes Tuesday through : .Sunday· Green said Saturday there are no present plans to change the publication cycle. He also said the newspaper will be converted to offse method of printing as soon a possible. Wisner, formerly of Scoltsb- luff ,Neb., purchased the Rang Aug. 1, 1370, from longtim owner Frank Pfeiffer. Wisner was assistant to th publisher at the Scottsblutf Star Herald. His father, F l o y C. Wisner, had been Star-He eek summer training ram. Complete with live artillery nd air support for effect, the i-hour field problem will pit he 101st of Ft. Campbell, Ky. s an aggressor force against ie citizen soldiers, while U.S. Army evaluators grade the Guard forces on their combat eadiness and proficiency.. Slate Adjutant General, Ma]. Gen. David.C.- Matthews, sale he main -point of the war game s to sharpen the Guard's profl ciency with its equipment anc as a team. Matthews, nolinf that the Army has assignet some 60 per cent of the nation's defense planning to the Nation al Guard said, "We've got tc !;now if this experiment is go ing to work. It it doesn't the pro- (U.S, Defense planners) want to now about it." "Other than Israel our new ystem of delegating the de- Who's Who?? ATLANTA (AP) -- With 17 candidates for governor and 12 running for lieutenant governor n Georgia this summer, even the candidates are having a problem remembering who's who. State Rep. George Busbee, a candidate for the Democratic nomination for governor, was busy hand-shaking at a convention of broadcasters. "What station are you with?' Busbee asked one man. . "Station? I'm running, agains you for governor," the man re plied. ' ad pubsher from' 1951 through Juy 31, 1970. Pfeiffer .and his wife,. Kaye, had owned The Range since Dec. 1, 1944. Palmer, ,45,-is.general manager o fthe- El Dorado, Ark., News-Times. · cerned cannot touch five CALL 521-3O11 Now Open at 11:00 a.m. PIZZA, ^m%« SUPREME* years-or before he resigns or Now Serving a la Carte Mobile Problem KAMLOOPS, B.C. (AP) -Mobile homes are involved in more complaints for their number than houses or cars, says Mike Hanson, director of trade practices with British Columbia Consumer Services. He told the Western Mobile Home Dealers' Association that most of the complaints involve construction of hbmes not set properly on their footings. Motocross Today at 1:30 Gen. Admission $1.50 -- Phone 442-2847 The World of Two Wheels Hwy. 71 South at Brentwood HWY. 62 W. * FAKETTEVILCE * 521-3 EH* HELD OVER! LAST BIG V/EEK "AMERICAN GRAFFITI" BREAKFAST 6:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m. LUNCH 11:00a.m.- 2,00 p.nv DINNER 5:00 p.m- - 9:00 p.m. SUNDAY LUNCHEON BUFFET 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. (Restaurant Closed Sunday Z p.m.) ENJOY OUTSTANDING FOOD AT ECONOMICAL PRICES 8 SCOTTISH | INNS 4 nse responsibility to the Na- onal .Guard is unique In the orld," Matthews said. .. Matthews told newsmen Frl- ay Oklahoma is the only state ith Us National Guard over- rength in manpower, and up Army, requirements In train. «. : : · · : · ; · - · · · · "That is .why we have been ·quipped with modern equip- nent, some of which the regn- ar Army hasn't been issued," e said. , . - · - . - , In review ceremonies Friday fternoon, Gov. David Hall told le more than 4.000 men of the iklahoma Army and Air Na ional Guards, they have staged recruiting effort which is "a model program for the natlon.' Then, tie announced th» Oklfe toma Guard Is SOO men ov« he authorized level. In a special ^briefing for th« media, Matthews told reporters t is the responsibility of the iress to support the guard ana t* mission for the sake of na- jonal security. Also, he cited a arge inventory of combat- ready divisions In the Soviet Union and satellite nations as support for his criticism of detente policies with Russia. Reporters were then given:» demonstration of severaf pieces of weaponry used by the Na-i tional Guard and the U.S.- Army and were invited to rid« In or operate pieces of armoe and combat infantry vehicles. Puzzle.. On. 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Helping Hand" p.m. Ch. 5-8.12 -- "Prelect X" (1968): Christopher George, Greta Baldwin, Henry Jonas 10i30 p.m. Ch. 8 - "Francis of Assissi" (1941) Bradford Diilman, Dolores Hart, Stuart Whitman 10:30 p.m. Ch. 16 -- "A High Wind ir Jamaica" (196S) Anthony Quinn, James Coburn, Mia Kedrova 10:35 p.m. Ch. 6 - "About Mrs. Leslie" (1954) Shirley Booth, Robert Ryan, Marjie Millar 11=30 p.m. Ch. 2 - "Unholy Wife" (1957) Diana Dors, Rod Steiger 11:30 p.m. Ch. 3 -- "Ivarez Kelly" (1966) William · Holder, Richard Widmark Monday Night 7:00 p.m. Ch. 2-3-7 -- "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn" (1974) " Diane Baker, Cliff Robertson, Pamelyn Ferdin 8:00 p.m. Ch. 5.8-12 -- "5 Card Stud" (1968) Dean Martin, Robert Mitch'um, Inger Stevens 8;30 p.m. Ch. 2-3.7 - "Twice in a Lifetime" (1974) Ernest Borgnine, Delia Reese, Eric Laneauville 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6rl6 - "The Girl He Left Behind" (1956) Tab Hunter, Natalie Wood 1974 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound 2333 N. 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CBS Tennis Classic S, 1 Parade of Champions * 2-13 -Movie '. if 2:30 Travel In' Movie CBS Sports Spectacular 6 * 3:30 Run For Your Life · · -· U.S. women's Open fiolf Championship --. --... S, 8, ace The Nation 6 lusic Place 16 "'zarfc Outdoors 3 .r 5:00 Gentle Ben 12 Championship Fishing ...... 3. 5 -B9 News Retrospective .. 6, 16 Vhat's the Big Id«3? 11 Tappy Jack and Helen 7 ws * 5:30 sportsman Vews 3. 5. 7 National Geographic 8 Lawrence Welk 12 sUNUAY EVENING Wild Kingdom 3, 6, 7 klahoma Forum 2 fews 5 Lassie 16 Zoom 11 :» FBI World of DIsnev Journey to Japan 1 Apple's Way 6 16 *7:00- Svening at Pops 1 * 7:30 - tfannix 6, 1 McMillan and Wife 2 3, Movie 5. «. 12 * 8:09 Masterpiece Theatre * 8:30 60 Minutes .8 * »:0» For the Life of Me Bobby CJoJdsboro Thrilseekeis * 9:30 - Mahcoe's Scene Firing Line Dialogue '74 Beaver Lake Show Sanford and Son 2, Happy Days Bobby Goldsboro 1 * 10:00 News 2. 3, 5, I. 1, 8, 12, * -0:« NBC New» Present* 2. six Million Dollar Man Movie 8. 1 Political Talk Johnny Carson Championship FUWne ·*· 10:35 -Movie * 11:00- * 11:30 -- lovle 1. 3 eaver Lake Show 5 * 12:00 octal Security 5 t 12:30 -- tews . 12 r 1:00 -- .acred Heart Ir 1:15 -Christopher Clesup 2 MONDAY MORNING r 6:30 arm-Ranch Report ... * 6:35 inspiration '. 6:40 few* * 6:50 -Light cl Life 7oday in Agriculture .... it 6:55 -Moments of Meditation . harvest Time Tabernacle ^'roject * 7:09 - ;ealh Valley Days CBS News ». 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Edge ol Night J. 3, 5 7 ..... e, 16 8. 12 . 2. 3, !. 7 8. 12 .... 6. IS * 4:30 Electric Company .............. It Danlei Boone .................. II Beat The Clock ................ a Lucy Show .................. 8 Beverly Hillbillies .............. T * 5:00 Sesame Street .................. U Twilight Zone .................. 19 To Tell The Truth .......... 3 News ......... : ........ S 8 Andy Griffith .................. « Truth or Consequences .......... T * 5:30 Pruth or Consequences ..... ... a fews ...; ...... 2 3. 5, 6. 7. 12, 18 rIONDAY EVENING :00 -Hodgepodge Lodge ............. H News .......... 2. 3. J. S. 7 «, 12. 11 * :39 - ^rehouse ........................ 8 'elony Squad .................. 8 The Newsmakers .............. 11 " * 2:00 Price Is Eight Another World 2 3. 5, 7 General Hoiplul 8. " * 2:30 - vfatch Game 6. Sow To Survive A Marriage One Life To Live * 3:00 Sesame Street 2, 3, 5, 8, 12 II SIO.OOO Pyramid 12 Tattletlles Cartoons Somerset * 3:30 Joker's Wild Uncle Ztb Dick Van Dyke ... Petticoat Junction . Dinah Shore Jeopardy Mayberry R.F.D. .. 4:08 - Winnlnt Streak Mliter 6, If 8 2. 3. 3. 7 Milter Rogers Wild, Wild West Flipper 1 Fugitive 1 Q«mer pyle. USMC 1 Dream of Jeannle VlrilnUn Wild, Wild World of Animals . 7 ·o Tell the Truth 3 Jntamed World 3 Togan's Heroes 18 Let's Make A Dell 13 * 7:04 - ,Iovie 2. 3, t Tennis 11 lookies 5, 8. 12 6. 18 GunsmcXe Baseball World of Jot Garagiola ................. 7, 3. T * 8:00 :IU Land ........................ t Here's Lucy .................... 16 Movie .................... S, 8. 12 * 8:30 Dick Van Dyfce ...... . ......... 1* Movie ...................... t, 3. 7 * »:« CBS Reports ................ 8, IS * 10:«0 -News ...... :. *, 3, S, 6, T, 8. ». » Perry Mason .................... · * 1«:30 Johnny Carton .......... 2. S. 5. T Movie ...................... 8, I« Wild World Myrtery .......... 11 it 11:30 Wide World Myetery ......... · 12:00 ~ ' * 12:35 Project Tomorrow * 1:00 -- Rellfloua Town Rill . ........ · ), K I 1

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